Pakistan Reported 33 Deaths and 2,050 COVID Cases in the Last 24 Hours

November 17, 2020

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan has reported 33 more deaths and 2,050 new cases of coronavirus during the last 24 hours.

There are 1,447 patients in critical condition across the country, according to the National Command and Operation Center, an army-backed body assigned to control the spread of the coronavirus.

Federal authorities are considering closing schools and putting restrictions on indoor family functions.

Pakistan has a total of 36,1082 cases and 7,193 deaths from the coronavirus.


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